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Array -Reliable        /n^r^r^i-i
And Up To Dale  MP LJ IV
lining jNews      1 1 I Ti
Of The Richest
Camp  Of  British
Columbia
VOLUME THREE.
SILVERTON. BRITISH COLUMBIA   SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. iuGO.
NUMBER  33
iBOB
SITUATION.
[rly Four Men Leave Minnesota,
^ Five Arrive at the Payne.
[t is Uojicd   Will   be   tk«
Last   Importation.
}e latest iinportution of Minnesota
iesnnthe part of the Milver-i_ead
im Associali ui hss come to grief, mire out of thirty four reachiug their
filiation, the Payne mine,
lanager Woods, of the Last Chance
le, has been ior some time in Nibbing,
in preparing a cm loud of miner., foi
I man. All arraugeuients bad been
tickets bad been purchased for
911 and sptcal lioals and trains li ol
[arranged tor from the K. k S. Kail-
' Compauy. Tiie men were pio-
I mill tic start madu for Sandon.
went will wiih  tliie undertaking
| tlie parly were met by  thu return-
kiiner wbo hud jumped the lust load
j_slo and were speeding homeward
Cplanatioii was made to the i uigi-
piien and ull but six of theui promptly
>i-l to come any further.     Munagei
i.i.i came ou with his six men, one ol
nn missed lhe train somewhere east
lie I ockies.    A ticket wus'wired back
}im, but be haa not yet reappeared.
remaining five, after being iic cnnl with vaccine ut lhe' line, Mansgei
til* also having to et joy tl.e same op
lion, jiiiiiey.il io Bandon on their
n I train, and taking lhe trauiwuj
e, arrived safely at the Payne.
U. Alexander, who is also in the
i iu search of men, finds bimsell unto get men  in Minnesota and bus
icon to Michigan in the hope ofsecur-
! some.
In view of what is hoped will be an
[mediate settlement of all existing di -
i'liccs, il is to be Imped that this Will
the last of tl.e importation of aliens
| the b wan.
MB. BEATTY  IN TYPE.
fa lonj letter to  the   Vancouvei
Id of Iho 2 id inst,  A.   M.  neatly,
whose   Employment Agency the
*rlml of men  was sent into the
In some two weeks ago, givee his
Inn on -Hikes and unions.
| says be ban sent many men into
_'.oteiia\s   during   the   last   (our
|lis, all of whoU1 found affairs aa
enled.   Of course Mr. Beatty dote
liathiguish between the Kootenay
the blocan.   Of the 60 men last sent
iw rites, 16 had not a dollar among
These evidently were counted
[aa being forced to scab, whether it
ed them or not.    The Miners' Un
I Cunolodod oa  Third   rage.
MINE AND
PROSPECT.
Sews   of lim SV.111   ;in<| Ollnr
Mining liisl.iirls.
rix y 'I \f.
Tne Eli. or ilie V k tl. ml o us it will
now be called, hss a go. il   local   name
It i> silmiied   ul ii ehuit  ilisluce  I mil
ibe Lake,   making  lhe   sbiopillt out   oi
oie nnd la   im; in   ol   supplies  colnpuii-
ttvelj cheap     The nf   ill   this   lliiin*   is
s.mi ui io (lull ion- d In iln- Hamilton,
b.-in-, dn ami eioryiig g .ml values ii
noil uml silver.
:mI Work oil  tlm   lliiivctl (in>:i|)
The H'welt Group, which is Minuted
iboitl four miles Irom Silierloii with
which ii la connected i'.v a gissl imil. in
rapidly pisulliglr m the pinspccl sl_.ge
iu'O ll devt'lnped mine. During Ibe
past   few    nn litbp tin re h i» b en in nr'\
sPO  f. ci i.f lu.dergrouiul  d. vel pirn ui
work done njm.it it. nil ot wh eb baa la-en
driven on the vein. The prll cljml work
canslsisnfthieetnnii°iM, ibe iioierone
of which i- now iii 2:6 fill The lowei
one, wb ell will    lie    lh"    III ■ii.    Wnrkil'M
i ii ii in 1, ih now iii oT'i leet, mid
da- been iii ore nearly  lis   unlire   length
huvjng cut ii,me neu-in--rii'b mo shine
I I I he f iiv nf   his Im ii"I Ibe ledge shuus
to Ih. ei.dil li i-l wide   mil    Mure   is   full
iiH>l ol lili-l class ei.i cent Mil in/ore,   Ihn
wll i-Kiicei.dale ilb"lll six 'uns  into   i,|,i>
Tie ii'cooliaf s    will    Mill null, s.
Ibiilt 123 otinc. s bi silter to iln* tun      A
il ih plli in ll is bmei ■ liiiini-l   of  315   I.e'
lr.nn   lis    ue ll'li   su    npisi-e   ban bet"
-Ulted    lit    COIllnli    il     i> iib 11 :*• llllilie
itbnve   snd    WliCII   f ■ • 1111 ■ I • •' *-. I   ll is mis
wil be 135   feet   long,   Thi*   ui r.Vse is
now up nli ul 30 Int and is Im-|i g pin ii|
lluoiigh one ol ibe i idiot Isidies nf   nif
ill in covered in  Ibis   ramp.    Theie   is
expos, il   in   iln-   raise   n    p.istieak     n
qil-.Ha   nil    of   20   belies   wide   Unit   b
itteiiilli full   i.f   inlo and luilivi-silvi i
samples, f ili'stpmr r. gi>es assay r. turns
ranging Irom 80 In CtO unices in  sihei
lo tbe toll,    (lie is In i"g duily   sacked hi
il.e mine and    Some   lo-   In en a'r.-aili
bri<iiabl down to town for shipment, u
gisbsami Ih of  whieh yaw   leinm- o<
l.'iO niim-es. Beside' the ore lieing
-ucked ii Imge miioiint of good ure i
being plli il )l11.in Ibeiliiinp at 'be mine
The strike of ib- vein i» eHstcrl. mid
and westerly with h dip in iho north ot
shun I (K) ilenrei s. This ptop. My basso
i.n ' een Ui.ili r Un- iiiiiiniL'einenl uf Mi,j
A 8 R ed, wbo b.is lieshtes devehiping
lhe mil r  bad   suitable  SCOOmilindutiims
lot Ibe III  II en fled and a gooil trail built
lo Ibe property from iSilverioo. At
prcsenl Ibe ptop' Hy gives employment
lo ten im ii but this lorce id soon lo Im
incus ed
binte writing the above a strike has
neen mole in tne tare ot the main
arm king tunnel of fourteen inches of
■ I.-an galena oru I' now- look" as if Ihe
l'i- ore shute exposed on Ihe surface
has been encoiinleied in lhe lower
iiiniiel at a v.o I led depth of over 200
leet.
W'oltK  ON   THK  FBEDDY CI.AIV.
Tbe Kind ly elalll . belonging t" Nixon
mil Turner nl N Ism. which lies
a It bill   n   mil     of   town   in j 'tiling lhe
(iulellU Mi mid hi. g j st   below   ihe
N •oiid.n piopeity. la lieing systematic
all.,   ll   Velnpeil III ll  'Ills    Irtll   lo   ill Vl'llMie
inlo   a   shipping   pti'peri)   Ibis season
The Noonday ledge ban   I eeli  lliieiverid
• iu   tbis   prnpeiiy   ut   a puiit ebo'.it 4lKl
_ el   belnw    Uie    wagon    hiMge   on   ibe
Jab-ua   Mini"  mad itlid un ibe bank ul
ti ilil ereek.    A Innm-I is  being  driven
.iiiictl) on  In-1, d e an I  ultliu_.li only
in 30 feet  bus i xposi-d  mineral which
gives i wry indication that mi uie shute
will   be   nil.   by   ibe   Itincel   Iiefore  i
lion hate.- much fan her   imo   the  lull
I'be wbo.e (ace of the iiiniiel is  iu  ledge
ma ter aud on Ibe fuotwa I   ia   a   Blieiik
snout 14 inches wide uf mineral,  mostly
ills- iron, winch in ihis ledge shows the
eur   proximity   u    an nre shnte.   The
-llike . I tbe Vein is ells fl lv litlll   W'esler-
y wnb u ihn uf ab >ui 63 degrees to the
north. Tiie Freddy is tbe making nl
mother ■Si'veitoii shipper and adds
■ ii.'tie r link lo thai chain of mines t 'at
extends in a straight lii.e Irom the l.uke
shore to Iln- Vancouver Group a distance
uf live miles.
THE BUSINESS
MEN   MEET,
The   dim;nil Siiioiillnil   Fit an
Ami'.iliie liiil'isliiiiiliig
io-iiiij   Will   toll    the   U:
THE GET-IHEBE-EU GBOUP.
Tlie Ott-ihere-EH group on Twelve
Mile creek has ben stocked by Vancouver parties as the V. & M. Mining Coin-
puny. A large block of trea-ury s'ock,
lately placed on tbe Toronto nuirkei, has
found ready buyers, some $3 ;0,1. w. rib
having already been disposed of.
A force of miners under tho direction
of Mr. Harrington will be put to wm k
on the properly at once and the manage- j
ment exjWt to be shipping ore within I
SLOCAN LAKE ORE SHIPMENT-.
Shipments of ore fr.tm Silveiton !'• i
lhe tear 1S.W. totaled .16.3 T. lis
All oilier I,.ike points 133 i
The shipment ol ore from slu-ui-
Lake p lints, up to anl I ml i ling Ilie
present week, from .lun. 1, 1000.
From Bosun Landing. rune.
Bosun.. .'. 4J
Proni Silverton Tons.
Emilv Ediib  l'i
Vancouver    :0
THE  DANCE  OF THE SEASON.
One ol  lhe   nrns't  enjoyable danoes
i • •
ev-r given iu Silverton was >lint given
by the | lopriel rs of the Victoria Hon I,
In their big dining room   last  '1 Inn><l ■ >
evening.
A large nunibjr of visitu-s from Slocan
City   und   New   Denver came In join In
tbe dancing and nil iln- dai'ie'S in Sii
verinii were present. The mn le,
siippli d by lite Silverton Orchestra wat
more I bun got I. Tnis Un be-ba, composed of Miss Duncan and .lleeera Kinlai
and Z'liiineriniiii, is now the finest ni.e
to le found lu the Sloean. The refreshments served to the d.nc>rs wete
plentiful nml tempting, and r. ccivnl full
j'tstico from (be sixty guests present.
Dancing wnn ke;.t np until a bile, or
rather'early hour, on l'n.l.iy moruiug.
In response to an invitation extended
In   llle   I II-lliess   ni'11   Of    -.U'ld.'ll,   SOIIIe
ri'y representative no-iu- s-< men ol tl.e
S|, n.iii a li'llded u   inei'.lng   In I I   ill lhe
Virginia Hall, in Suudoii, la*t Tusad.t)
nigbi loi'ousd.-r ihe advisability of ihn
merchants off ring to act hs uieillsl\>rs
netweeu life Miiem' Union ami lhe Sii-
ver-la'ad Mi lies A-suciation iu the existing dl-O'lle. Tin- .'iKerlou delegalioli
was cuinp'sed ui Messrs Hinder, Bran-
dun, Fairimiio,   Tburborn,    Lieoscber,
J   cksull uml   Mobe.-oii.
i .
At the meeting, Nel-un, S Ivciton, New
Denver, Three l-urks. Haiidnu, t'o ly and
Kaslo weie the toivns r.-nr.seiiied.
At 8 o'clock lhe III eli g was culled lo
older and M i voi Pills was called lo (he
cliuir. City Cn ik S "ell nt Sainton acted us secret ity After i-xiilainiig tbe
reason lor calling tb" meeting snd sun
marising wb a b n| p evinislv b en dune,
ibe i'Imiiiimii duclared die meeting ready
for bu iii"ss.
Tbe   following   resolu'ioil   vus    linn
passed all  r «■•! I I ill e-
"Wbeie s llle bn inees mid cummer.
ciul im.-ies s ..I Ibe SI can view wilh
nl.tin il|«. iffuts '.I tne min- in iiui-
g is I,, linii.itI .lien mid un Kngiisli
spe king |m- iple lu tiiKs llu; phues ul
Ciiiniiaii  iiimers;
A'ii    wbeuii-  tnis   meeting  nl ibe
business men i,| iln-  Biding  i-  cdle.i
i
Im II.i- I in pose nf brill ing Ibe M ue
tlwner.' Assmi I'.mi Hlul lhe Miner-'
t'lii" ■ to ho ai. I, hi le ill der-landin.' ;
_Ai.il when as the liitl' lemes le-
IW'eeli lb. m cm be settled if Uolb liar-
tie- use cm! and common sense j idge-
lii--'.',
Iln i> I >re 1st it r. solved that a  coin
nolle.-oi tniiiiiii.il men   bo  sppnluleil
fniiii ibe   iliflT lent   low Us   to   hsk   the
Inn lailes In nl. r.iice  lit the eur-
lie I   u.i-|..'e   muiueiit   to    uoj l-t   tin-
tli IT remtei.,"
Sewr.d iiiueiidmeii's and enuriier re-
-obl'inns wen-iiilrodiii- d, but Ibe in j
niiiy uf iliiis,. ph'M n1 d. eiicd ii advisable
nn' to go un iccord us I ivorl'ug uny line
side iu tbe.Ni'iue, vniing do.\n nil mo
lions tending in sniiigonise .iilier puit>
and holding themselves MS a body su idly Hernial.
Ibe cuiniiii lee Hi pointed lu conler
with the Mine Hive's Hid lhe Union III
pr mule a spei il) setilenient . f 'lie dispute und to mt as go-betweens for thut
pnipo-e was: Win. Ilimier, Si v r on,
VV. Tbntn inson, New D nver, Mayor
Firs. S.tinlun, John Keen, Kasln, uml
A. U  1) ckst. itilcr. C nly.
The con;iniilee wus instructed  to get
io work Immediately and lo iei orl to Ihe
meeting at noon tl e next day.
A meeting of the Miue Owners bein^
ihen in session, Ilie ciiiiimiitee b -gun
then linti s bv waiting upon them They
were c .U'leoiisly ft ceived by tbo Owners
I wiio laid Is'Iire tb-i cn nmiltee their si 'e
'of the dispute. They authorised the
committee tn m ike a renewal ot their
lusi ojter to the Union, which li d once
lieen pril' ilcallv acC' pied by both sides,
only a ini'-un lersttmliug preveii'ing ita
final adopti Ul some tiiuu sg>. Tbis of-
ter is pr,tc ioaily meolhu the miners
hail way, miking io,; mi   i il'lili wage u i
haiumerameii $3 25 per ahlh and pro-
liortiontif.lv higher for shaft work and
wet drifts. No discrimination will be
shown between union mil non-union
minera when luring or dismissing men.
Tnis wage sc ile to be agreed to for ut
least one ye.ir.
With this as'iirance the committee
next day interviewed the ulli -i.ils of the
local Unions, most of whom wwe (hen
in Sandon. Tbeae were found as equal*
ly ready to listen to and talk reason as
ibe mine owners. They agreed to bring
tbe offer before the various Unions tonight (Siturd.iy )
The me ting of the hu«ineas men haa
thus fnlfl led its mission in re-openiug
negotiations between the opposing p.ir-
lies nd Iihr o|_ened sn avenue for (lie
|ie cefnl and immediate settlement of all
i inferences.
rOOOOOOOOOOCOOCCOCCCCf'
THK LOCAl LWillT.      \
909000300000000000000000%
Don't ovei look the Miners' Union
Hill io be held next Friday iu Slocun
Ciiy.
The honr) nf Licence Commissicnera
for ibis Di-iri'-t will niett <u New
D nver mi iln- L'l-i'b  iusir
I'.ols ,ue np for the third Annual
RhII ul ill* R Ps. It wijl come off on
tne '22 d. inst inN-w I)-nver.
Somen' onriiiir is,   whom  business
• r   I'ha-nre    has    nl Med    foi    a   tlili  to
S.-nks e. are nursing vuivmuiion sores.
ieieive.1 al Ibe  line.
Divixs yKRvics "ill lie he'd in Silter-
t. n lux,' Sin d iv evening st 7 30 everyone is eordi ilv inviie«l to attend.—John
ii. Duncan. Pfeahytorian Minister.
All   wnrk   in lhe Jewelry Bepairin((
line, Iffi hi Ibe >ilverlon Drug Riore, wil
ii« promptly forwarded to Jaoon Dovei
ibe Kell-kliOWIl Nelson jeweler.     All re
pairs an. (ll'IIIIXTBIH F IB OS* VKAB *
The S'cnii'l number of "The Reareh-
'igbt." tbe official urgun of tbe Literary
Si'ieiy, was read nt the meeiipg of thst
Society on W.ibiescav evening. ''The
SeHrebligbl" eontHined a complimentary
in it Ice of 'Ihk Sn vertoni^s. for which
a* lend, r our I hanks lo our youthful but
inlgliiy contemporary. Tlie next meet
ingof the S.M-iety will he held at th*
Uesideiii'e of Mrs  H.  Calbick.
SEEING l'HE WUBLD.
0'ipnfihp New Denver delegates to
tbe Business Men's meeting in Sum'on
lust Tuesday speni bis first night fnr five
years outside of 'he Windy Oily. He
found ihe 'own unebsnged on his return
mi Wednesday, but he snys that if tbe
world is us big the other way aa it Is
towards Saudou, il's a mighty big World., THE SILVERTONIAN
t|IE SILURTO.HH.
SATURnW,    FRBHl'AItY   10,   IttX).
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[   S>rup of Horehound & Tolu
I      ■ FOR COUGHS  AND COLDS.
baUbeadetl townsmen,
MI.NiNu   REJUUDS.
NEW   DENVER—LOCI TIOKS
ASSEHBMKNI'S.
Jan 2-J—Si'fciilaiir.   2,'.-Helena.
TltANSFKBS.
Jan 28—Tnnkn Fraction %, Herbert T
Considerable interest is being manifested in this Riding as to what needed public works are to Im attended to
by the Government.    The sum  voted
last year,   $15,000, will  need to  be I ™** In Geo W Hu dies.
Tonka Fraction  %, same to Scottish
j multiplied manv times to do all  thst Colonial Goldflelds, ltd, Nov 22
1   FniTOKHL   (ll_T(Tt_0!Tli\GS     !  .■    c, ,-     ,    ..• ti        SO-CI.I.'hko  N» 2  snd Cube  Lode
l,IFltuill.lij   VlilVllVlllliUO.     a  tne Slocan ih asking for this ye ir.   The       u     ...      .    ._     ^ , A     .   ,„
21 ' I notice of sale by sheriff on Feb ft, of nil'
888888888888888S8888888SS i eiiiz-ns of Slucan City are  asking fur Ijntresl ol Alunao D Copieu, 10 recover
 1— I two wagon toads, to cost $30,000   In ■ ^1707 8.1 f••' I liarl. s Caliugl.sn
Unfortunately for ull concerned, our , llis „ lB(, l)olh ,|1H roaci8 „,.„ necessary.
report of the success   attending  the; Around S.lverton, ic  is  thought thut
miss'nn of the Committee appointed t e Galena Mines road should be exit the Business   Men's meeting, ap-   e ded to Red Mountain, which  could
pearing on our fron' page is not cor-1
rect in several particulars.    The report
Oi C ©-curse.
3TO-CL   swpie
Of± BJOCLO*\*tZ-
Itty a-nd.
Blac3s3ac3E!
;BTTT—-—
When You Btenk Tho-e
Resolutions dome And
Look Over My Siock  Of
Pipes,, To"b~
accpss,, <Ssc.
J. I. McINTOSH, : SILVERTON, B. C
NOTICE 'IO  WOBKINGMKN.
THE  «I1.YFR'I0NIAN,   12. ii xeui
t'oii.mnniveiillb.  E'nesi   M Brindle to
Mount Malile .1 & i* C", lid, J.,n 30.
of the Committee, as furnished us by
one of its members, was misunderstood
by our reporter as being a renewal of
tlie offer made a short time ago Ly tin
Association to the Union.
Instead of that however, the proposition submitted through the Committee by the Association was that the
mines of thc latter weie open to all at
a wage of 93.25 per shilt, but the Association w ould sij.ii no (igrcmeiit tu
maintain that rate for any definite period.
' After this report had been submitted to the Union, a special deputation
from the Union waited upon the Association to secure, if possible, an a-
greement to that effect for a period ol
from one to five years. The delegation, however, met with no success.
i 'The question of lowering the Union
Rcale of wage* from $3.50 per day to
88,36 pel1 day willcjme up before the
Unions in a short time, the officials
having agreed to bring it up. In the
meantime the Union will endeavour
to secure an agreement.
We have it on the authority of an
offiaial high up in the Union, that all
trouble would be over if the Association would sign such an agreement.
As matters 'stand there nihy be a
settlement through the Unions deciding to accept the offer of the $3.25
scale of wages, but there Will not be
the aame feeling of security among investors or business men that there
would be if a regularly signed agreement had been entered into by the
Association and tlie Union.
bo (1 u.e for $1100. Tlm grunting of j
a small sum for the usual spring re- .
piirii g of the Four Mile road is au
absolute iircessity, and tbere are many
h dders of properties beyond the head
of ihis road wbo ask for its extension
some miles further up the gulch.
The n sines8 men of New Denver
will tloubtlt'34 ri quire the perennial
grant for the cleaning out  and prop-
THE   METAL  MARKET.
New York. Feb. 7 —Rsr Silver, 50^c
Lake copper,  $16.50.
Lead—The firm that fixes the selling
price Ior miners slid smelters quote lead
til $4.-l'i ut the close.'
SClSi-OitS   A.ND PASTE.
"Me proudest hoist," d'e'-ued tin
lecturer, who expected bis statement tn
be greeted with cheers, "is that I was
one ol tbe men hi hind tl.e guns " "How
lug   up   of   the   New   Dmiver-Turee ' many inUta behind," piped a voice fiom
Fjiksroad.    In the light of the re-   Uie**11*™
Co it    favorable    developments   done
on the Silver Mountain properties, the
ott asked for wagon   road  trotn   Nt-w
Denver will possibly be built.
Rosebery,  having  secur-d   a  truil
up Wilson creek last year,   will probably not figure in this year's estimates.
Purely Persia il Pjriiyaphs.
Jas. A. McKinnon has been pitying
Nelson a visit en business in connection
with 'he Noondiiy-Cnrley Mines.
Constable BlncU. of New  Denver  was
no'one of the escorts  provided for the
With all this list to, house   from, it   Fuy ne Swedes, ns was reported last week
can easily be imagined   tbat some on      M rs-  Sunford  Dai*le  l()ft  '»*' Wetl
.    T   . . ii- ; . ,i   nesd.iy lor Butte, Mont., where she will
who Luke are going to be  disuppoinUd
Spend some lime W iib her daughter.
*lien the Estimates ure brought down.
Last Monday, John Tiidinu received
news of tbe serioni. illness of his father
He  lefl Wednesday   morning   for   his
home on Puget Sound.
On Wednesday morning at 8. o'clock
the thermometer registered 11 degrees
above r.ero in Silveltin. Tbis is the
lowest it had been this winter.
The question has arisen, that if the
Legislature has the piwer to ptsi ana
enforce Mr. Kelly's "Short Htir Bill,'
limiting the length of miner., • hair to
six i uhes. couM they not likewise pass
a measure compelling everyone to wear
There is at least one man in the
Slocan who dreads seeing any amicable understanding arrived at between
the Silver-L"ad Mines Ass:ciation and
tho Miners' Union. This gentleman
is the proprietor of a mercantile establishment as well as being the publisher of a Slocan newspaper. Notwithstanding the hard tines felt hy all
other business men, this maor9 newspaper has enabled him to branch out
in his business in more than one direction since the beginning of tho lockout. Such a state of effiirs as has
existed in the Slocan during the pnst
night months appears to help him and
he is in no hurry to see the rest of the
country advancing when the excuse is
supp lied for the writing from conviction of verv lucrative editorials.
First Street Arab—Say, Jiinmv, dl d
bis nibs, oie Sq'ieezem. pay yer fer stop-
pin' his Iiomi', an' savin' hit life?
Second 9treet Arab— He wuz goin' to
bu t I didn't have change fer u nickel.
Electrician Erilzer, of tbe Wukeflell
oncentrator, who has lieen nfferiug for
some v.eeks with rheumatism, hss gone
to the New Don ver Hospital to recuperate.
Hi'ki-—I inpporeyou lemd tbnt ol,|
Hmlcaille w-s deuil and gone tn bis
reward?    Wick*— $..,  I diln'i  kno* It
at least six inches of ha:r on the sealjil   wa« a- Thi'Ths tbat.     I only  Inaid dial
This matter it alarming  some of our  '»* *"* dea I.
1.        .  . '
TXyTatch and
Clock
"Depairer.
xvs«t_i8*m*
Visits Silverton
Wednesdays.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
(leave Your Orders at The Lake-
vikw Hotel.
E_). *M. Brlticlle,
rhe Jeweler,
ni \v nrNVKK n c.
THE
Owing to a reduction in miners' tn
caused by the enforcement of the ei I
hour law, the miners are all idle and th
nines have shut down. Therefore,
vorklngmcn are hereby warned to u
• way fiom tbe Slocan and Koottm
■mintry, Briiish Columbia, until nr^.
roubles ore amicably settled b*t»M
nine owners and minera.
Sandon. B. 0,      \V. L Hagler,
June 2nd. 1899.        Beeretury Bifid
n
J.'M. M.I Benedum,
1'res. Silveiton JI. I
J. I. Mcintosh,
' Sh'ietnrv,    PilWt)i
Miners' Union.
:•; llendqnaiirra For Mining
EVRYTH1NG NEW, NEil
ANl»  UP-TO-DATE.
VICTORIA f
HOTEL,
TABLE UNSURPASSED B
THE NORTHWEST.
IMI£U Hll'tlUlM,   Fnts.
SILVER! ON, B 0.
Sta-"ble-
poon SApDI_E AND PACK JIIOBBFP  por  hum:   at  BFAPONABl
IKS a UENKKAL FRFlOHT AKD TRANPFf R FUSINE88 LONE.
Ou'sile Parties Pc-iriim 11 ">es in HilVerti'U
Can  Have  Tbetii   Heserved By   Writlli|l  lo--    A'  F   WcDONALD,
+ + t + + + t PU WHTON. - • R. f.
RISING   AND   COMMERCIAL   MEN   MAKE THE'R
HEADQUARTERS   AT,    TUE
Thorburn liTWSnit |
House
p To Date Service.
\VM\lU\ammmmWe
GRANT THORBURN,   Tncp.
SILVERTON, B. C.
THE WILLIAM 1IUNTEI
COMPANY.
A Car
eight Ib. steel T
rails to arrive
This Week!
The Wm* Hunter Co., I^td,.
Silverton,   B.   C *******
THE SILVERTONIAN
THB
JSitA
otVE>r_,e
WHARF
0
LARGE     AND    COMFORTABLE
BOOMS TABLE     UNSURPASSED    IN     THE
NORTHWEST.
I1UD0UBARRETT'. .   PROPS
BILVERTO|ir, B. C.
laigle's Blacksmith Shon.
serai Blackballing
• ■ •     and Repairing Dour.
XPERT   HORSE   SHOER   AL-
WAYS   ON   HAND.
IP YOUR SUBSCRIPTION Id DUE
Oi»*ff*0   UK   IN   ARREARS     A
v *) ..     •
% %   BLUE   CROSS      WILL
SftS^aS   RE  FOUND     IN  THIS
SQUARE.       SUBSCRIPTION     ARE
PAYABLE  IN  ADVANCE.    PRICE.
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
MR  BEATTY IN TYPE.
I'l-iiiil I'r.mt 1'agc.
ion admitting all classes of miners with-
e
in It* hinka comes in lor Beam's cen-
sure, alliioUih any  kind of mmi,   even
one-lenrfeil one*,   were good eiiougb  to
^fill tbeir placea.
Altogether,  Mr.   B'utty   gays  lesB in
, more word* tliuu   most,   men cnulil hiicI
.ttlaltea   more  luiel/'uiiinu staieim-ms  iu
J less wordi than most men woiill attempt.
He hvoIiIh suyini; directly Hint there was
a lockout iu tufas bere, ami makes no
mention of the fact that lest, than  hulf a
lioiiHii ill bis titty urn at work hurts,
)L SHARPENING A SPECIALTY .
I. DAIGLE,      SILVERTON. B. C.
JANFORb McINTOSH,
General Freight and Transfer
Business Don).
)rders  lett at   News Wand  will   be
i(rtly attended to.
K G. GORDON,
bES,REUESrmf-COJiVEVA_\fiEI!
NOTARY  PUBLIC.
OVERTON,       -      -      -      B. C.
J. M. McUttEGOR
PROVINCIAL    LAND     SURVEYOR
ANI> MINING ENGINEER.
SLOCAN CITY,       B. C.
SINNOIT k ODONNELL.
FRHGIUY.R.S AND PACKERS.
Contracts larjre or email taken
And I'lomptly attended to.
Stables in SILVERTON, B. C-
CHAS. A. WATERMAN k CO
FLATLY
REFUSE
TO MEET
THE UNION.
& Co.,
^vv^^^w^vvn^^^vvvvvvvvvvvvs/vvv
TIIE ME OWNERS BMK  OFF
all m mmm.
r,IO\   DELEGAIES   LEAVE   FOR
wm.
GENERAL
MERCHANTS,
SIlTreitoa, DB C-
A utiosee'is, Customs Hrokekf,
\xd Gknekai, Real Estate AGENTS,
itto     <■ lu  Ilea fir   Bl   eh     •    -       lllll-.r ht
NKLSON,   B, C
ET    FOR POWER KNITTING MACHINES AND   VISIBLE-
WRITING TYPE-WRITERS WRITE U.S     CATALOGUES FREE.
.ni iv
-child vfc
jbori5^a^^Tor wot'
li)d lil^'fyitiSituacs ipu^t ki)ow
lut I aj ar) Oj>fll oi) l>er breast,
■nd.bopc Mill lull tbe uae}Tor^
! CARRY THE LARGEST
8tock of cases in the Pr ivwcu.
I Gold Plain, Engine turn-d nnd
Sngraved — The Jas. Bna| tilled
tie*. — TJie Deubnr filled en-en. —
Tha Imperial 25 year cases. -- Lud-
eolid gold watches with plain
I M»t caaea.
|PINJ WATCH REPAIRING A 8PECIUY.
ALL ORDERS HY  MAIL PROMPTLY
THE POPULAR AND BEST AMERICAN MADE, LOW PRICED
WATCH MOVEMENT,
"cumin."
18 t.'f Crescent atreits. with Walt-
Iiriu style ens' s nt S23 00, guaranteed
tn keep good t me fnr three yeurs.
'IV same with P. S. Bjrtletts movement at$13 50
D uber Hampden 23 Jewels.
D uIh r Oruiiil.       E'giu 17 Jewels.
R.vhI 5M J"»"l'.
ALL    GUARANTEED   FOH   THREE
YEARS        »      *       t'     t      I
WE CARRY TIIE   LARGEST
Stock Of Diamond*, Ruiu'e«, E.m-
eral'N and   palalnlha   Province.
Call and g> t prices nt
JACOB DOVER'S
THE JEWELER,
NEL*ON, B   0.
vlTENDFU    TO
The following dispatch was received 1
at  this  office ju st   before   going   to
press.
Sando.v B. C.  Feb. 9:—There   has!
been   a   conference   in   seision here j
since Wednesday  last consisting   of a]
delegate    fiom    each   miners'    union!
in    B.  C.   fur  iho  purpose of meeting   the   Mine    Owners'   Association
or tbeir   representatives with   a   view
to effecting  a settlement   if possible.
A committee of  throe were appointed
to  ask   a  meeting   wiih    the    Mine;
Uwners   but   after   repeated    i tli rts
the members of the Association
flitely refubed to meet them under
any   consideration.
Tho    delegates  will    return  home
mid  it   is not   known   what   will    be
he   next  move on thc part   of   the
miners.
(Ft oin the contexts of the above des- j
natch, whicli casts a dismal aspect over what we hud thought to be the List
week of lhe lock-out, it would teem
flu! this c .uiitry is to be run by a
handful of Yankee mid English mine
owuera, Detpite the t-ffurti made by
• he business men and miners of the
Sloean, representing 90 per cent of the
c tizer.s of the S'ocaii, to secure a
settlement of the troublr, the mine
owners refuse even to ubiJe by their
otrn proposition.
Hjiv long is the Sliean to be subjected to the spiteful whims of this in-
"olent Association, which br.-uks the
law of Oaiuda at iU pleasuii-f
The minera, seeing no action beiny
made to enforce the Alien Act, went
to Saadoil prepared to accept the
Owners' terms, and uict with the a-
bove leceili hi.
It ii such uetions ns this nn the pait
of the employer! that lead to acts of
violence during labor disputes. The
Mine Owiium however would welcome
any breach of tho peace, as ullurdiiin
them an exouie for flooding the district with their rpecial policemen.-Bd
LAKEVIEW   HOTEL
Silverton
^■THI?   HOTEL  IS NEW AND NEATLY FURNISHED,
THE    BAR   IS   SUPPLIED   WITH  BEST   BRANDS   OF
AVINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH AND SALT MEATS
RETAIL STORES AT
Silverton, Nelson, Trail, Ymir, Kaslo, Sandon,
New Denver, Cascade City, Grand Forka, Sirdar
Midway and Greenwood.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
HEAD  OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
TIIE MAIN TRAIL RUNS PAST THE DOOR OF
H
E
A. E. TEETER, PROfS
PATRONS ARE WELL TAKKN CARE OF.
A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD ROOM ON THE PREMISES.
BAR   FURNISHED WITH THK   BEST   BRANDS Of   WINES,  LIQUORS
AND CIGARS,
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINING MEN.
MAIN STREET,   -   -   - SLOCAN, R C.
Silverton,      - -.       B. C
THE Silvertonian t   AraY3J Li? kingr
•   SHUSH GOOD*?
or
4
5
THAT IS'UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING  Willi
THE PRICE SOMEWHERE NOT ALTOG TH-
ER OUT OF SIGHT.     ' '
IF SO DROP IN   AND   MAKE YOUR   sF.Ll C-
TION FROM MY SHELVES.'    FIT AND ITNlsll
QURAN MED.   OV ERCOATINGS JUST IN.
UEIISUIEB,  llicTiiilor:  SjlveHon, M.
^^^__^_-_---^^^^i
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5
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|
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
l  NOTICE:— "I'xcuasue," "Hiuikkk "
"Sunn" and "CitAiu .No 2"   .tl ml
Claim*; sltnuf b in the At row L.m-
Mi11i11if Diviniun of vest Knotumi)
District.
Where located:—On  the north _-i.li> nf
Cariboo creek, jilimit   ont   bull  mile
jiortli   of the   Millie Mack, Mineral
Claim.
Take notiee thnt I, j D Anderson  PL
.S , of Tr.iil, B  C. iii'ti'i   imu^ni  fur H
JK. Forster, Free Miner's CeiiiHeirte No
•250(14. ami ll. C. P ll'i.uk.  Ere,.  Miliar'..
Ceruncaie Nu bU526   in end »ixtt iliiys
fiom'the datu hereof.inuppli tnlhe Mi   -
inn:  Recorder liir a Cviiilie, le nl   In -
jirovemeiiiH, fur ibe pun-use   of ihtiiin
jiiK Ci'own Grants lij the itliove ul iims.
! And farther take untie    I hitt   suMmi
under section 37.'must     e  commenced
before the issuance of such  Cettitieates
Ipl Impfi'Venienta .
,  Dated this 8tli dav of September, A. D.
1899. . ,. ,.-.
J. D. Anderson.
21 | 10 | 99,
N. bun. ii iim.' an mieni (J?r the SI can
Lik.-Uold >u d Silver NJiieB, Limited,
1'i't'i Miner,hC r'iil ale JS.. iil4.-'o5, in-
leiel s|xl)  rtllJ'S It..lit I ii-Vliile   In lellf   to
appl< to lite   IV"i. iti*. Ri'pi riwr lor Ccr-
lilicit'es of lilipiOvenicfib fui Hie  purpose
.. <iu .iii,mi; Ciowp Uiuiitn it tbe above
laiiiis.
And fur Ii r lake   notice thnt   action
■null i i». rtinii 37.   must   Im   commenced
• file tin- JM.rai.iv of Huh Certificate* of
I ii | mvinenis
I luted liiin l-liii duy "f November, 1899.
F. C. Geeeh, P. L. S.
25-11-91)
THE SILVERTONIAN
"OMO«»333M?900*WaMO0j
goaooooooooooooooooooooooB
Diniiiutb-veekUieViincouverUfOup
„,,, ,,„  iviK.il   of huh grade ore
fill. plllpment, Tbe Vancouver Group
U ,,,,,. ,.l,,..r old •>l*Mpi>e™»dl",,,,e
 or  nf being  U>«  P'°ducer  °f   the
Nhea. grade allver ore eent out from
Af „,„ Lake ports, crloads of this
„rel„u In, ncued oner (4,000 per car.
Some flue specimens of gold-coPPer
,,„., !lVs lately b en lirooglit down from
titetonnel being driven Uie..Rei*.yr
,,„,,„ on Red'Mountain.   Al.bouiih tb
tmrneUinsasvetiienetriitedbntiisb"..
rti.unce.Bobe 80 feet, li* • «* I- *
there is nbU improvement In'boll, thn
value and looM 0« theottfnovv Mm
e5ctrae.ed.compa.Hd with that AH ■*-
countered. Tbe Repeater tea dlreitb
b.lnw Ilie A.E claim and it la nn he
big A E. ledge that the tunnel is being
driven.
_=
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE:— "Exchange, silver Plate.
Skocim, Victoria  No   4 und  Waba
Minerul Claims;'ituuie in Um Sbican
City Mining Division uf Went Kootenai
Dls'riit. _._. ,   _
Where   located :—Weat   of  Dayton
Creek, a mile smith ol Bi ib'ger creek.
Take no'jee that I, .1   Murray MeGreirnr.
acting an aeent tor the New Gold Fields
of BritUh Colnnii.ia. Limited,En* Min
era Certificate   No.  n212i»7, iiit-nd sixty
dsvsfn.m the date ber. of, to apply lo
the Miuintf Reorder for ii Cerlilieiiie ol
Improvements, for tbe purpose of obiuln
Liiuc Cream
FOR CRACKED OR SORF
HANDS. FOR USE AFTER SHAVING. AN EXCELLENT HEALER OF
OL'IS OR BURNS.   Price 25c.
THIS PREPARATION IS
BEYO>D DOUBT;THE FINEST Ol-
ITS KIND ON THE MARKET. ALL
LIKE IT WHO TRY    P.iee-.5c
Perhaps
THE MANY SUPDEN
OHANGF8IN THE WKATHFR 11 \s
GIVES YOU A OOLD. TRY IIORK-
HOUND AND TOI.U.   I'ii.- 25 .
8YRUF OF IIOR1 HOUND
AND TOI.U 18  KNOWN  TO   MANY
First Lltt'.e Giil—I'tr never coing t.>
apeak to yf>ii amiin ; your faiher keeis n
saloon. Second Little Girl—And I'm
not lining to speak to ynO any inure, I
saw your fudier go into it.
"I never pive money to begun re on the
street," said the (teilestil in. "Oh. very
well," paid the needy ii dividual, 'hep '•
my card; kindly call e.t mv office "'"'
leuve yiur contributi n with my bookkeeper."
NOTICE.
'Tub  Liqvor   1 icksck    Act 1899, or
Brit.hi COl.l'HB a.
i^H"7(/..M;.^.he^o^Lia:n;B.jWHO\irr HA* CVKKD.     IT   HA-
And' further1 take  notice tltui ai^onUr»OWN NO FAH.URI S     SOLD UN-
underJeetfiloii 37,   must be ctiniineiiced , ff
before the issuance of such  CcrtihYale o
ImpioveiiieiiiH.
Dated this21st day of -eptemlier. 1899
1 J. M. Mi.Gui.oob.
25 | 9 I 99.
CERTIFICATE "OK IMPROVEM1 NTS
•  Notice:—"Burshdb" Mineral Claim.
pltimted    in   the     Slocun      Miniuji
Division  ol West  Kunti-nuy Distrb-t
W here located :—Oi Four Mile Creek,
about three and a hulf miles from it.-
month
Take Notice that  I. Framis J O'Reilly
of Silverton, Free Minei's Cerfiflcitts Nii
b1 41*36. an uueni for The Wulivfi id Mines'
Limited, of Silveituti,  Free Miner's Cei- '
tiflcute No. 13'.l..2ll.   intend   ifixiy dais
from the   date here' I,  tn apply  lo the
Mining   Recorder   f.jr  a 1'ertiliciite uf
Improvement,!, for the pu-pnse   uf   o'>
taining  a  Crown Urunt   of tlie above
claim
And further take notice tbat  action
nndr m ction 37, must   be  eommeneed
bef'.re the issuance ul  audi   Certificate
of Imyovemente,
Dated this 10th duy of November, 1S99
Francis J, O'Rkiixvv.
18 | 11 | 99
DKR A GUARANTEE. Price 23c.
Sold
t
AT   THE
Silvertori rare
Drug I'rnas And
(Store.     iVni'dls Kept.
The fnllowiiia nppitiMlinn* for I'ijuoi
He.-iieeH buve lieen mini" nnd will 1-pen.t.
'id.-n d by the B-aiiili-f I i.eiiee C"u ml*
sinners lur  'be   *l"Cim   I'i-nii't   |p    Ne-v
Denver on Mondav, ib. £6tllduy of Pab-
ruurv. ut lO.i'eiuek a M.
'' Henrv Sle •••. N"wii''"ket Hotel,    New
D' liver. Hotel 1 i -enee
Qfiliji y A H— d'is.iii,   Atll'itfP'n Hii-
tel. S'u'iie Citv   llu'el L eei ce
Allien llu l.r kiSc-lbu I. MrGniyai
Hull I I i em e.
Jinnes lb-nun   vteGnlvan H u-e. Me-
1 Guijjuil   II < el l.i'-en.-H
John 1. Ruck
Chi. f Li em-e InepwtO'.
New Denver. Fi'luu ri l'i   I"0 '.
NO   95. W   F  Of M.
A SCEnE'ON THE BA'ftLFFlFlD.
"Briton Versus boer."
Two soldiers, lying as they fell
Upon the reddened cliiy,
In (liiyiime foes, ut tdubt lr. leuce,
Breathiu^' iheir lives uw.iv,
Strong   bcui'ts' hud stirred   eucb niiiidy
bre.ist,
Fate oul)' mnde them f> es,
And l>iii|!ilyin_t side by side,
A softened leelinu rose.
"Our time'?.* tdi.nl," one (dnt voice said,
"T'-iluy we've done our best   i
On differeiii sitb-s.    Wbut. mutters now,
To uioirow we're at reft. '
Lite lies In -Ihi d.   I  would  not care
Foi only In}1 own sake,
But   far   iiwuy   are   oilier    hearts
Tlnit tliis, din's work wid break.
"AIIIOII|| O'll Si'OII.iIiii'h   plensiilil llulds
Tuere pi'itiHl'iir iim to-liliiht
A A nil.un iiimI u   d tie   III ,ll
With In ir IiKi-hi Iden llulil,"
And at Mi.ii tliuliahl XtistVe lurlll at bisl
11 e eiy ul in. w ui -ii wild
Th.it wuiilil io lonuei lie lepressed,
'Mil, G.s.! in. nie ii .it ibllll!"
"And," said  ibe itllirrilviuji lliau,
"Across iln sninly pi -i i,
I'beie   w.nl  und whU liioi nu- dear ones
I'm   iicvvi   h e  ,i^,i ,
A ll ll- lllill ', will. d.iiK ties bri«lil,
E irli ilav w  lis it', lhe .l.i.ii ;
iln- I.liber's step. Ibe f.l'llHl's kisS,
Will i.ever iiiect li r m -ie:
'•roily   we   su.ijchl   i-.ieli utln i'.-lin s.
I) stli levels nil I'lill leiW,
For sou.i before Uo .'s meu-y scit
l'o|!e< l.el' Hi' IliU-*!  ooW ,
Fiirmvu e it'll oil,i r wldle we mny,
Life's lint u wi-ury _:uui",
And iljil.il wi. n^ ib    inoini.^anu
Wi I tin.I »l- ileud, di.-'s.iiue "
Tliedyliift bps tbe piriToii ihmi c,
The .'}'i|i_.' hiinl.. enrw in-,
1'lie  l.i-f  ia>   di s, nml i.v.i nil
TLe sins in   lieuv h   -liie;
And t'.e  inle ,ii,i,|.wtlli uui  on   b iir.
And one Willi -I .is i'J. 's    rub1 ;
On S ..I li .fill's ii. Id .ind fundi pinij
Were lilll.fll.'.-.- ill ,1  n1.III.
— D.I i id Dllllilils   ill ibe Peoples JllUI ll.ll
To Cure a Cold ln   One
Day.      Contains   the New
Ingredient.      Tky It.
l'I{IOE-26i!.   Al All Druu'tist.
> p'
I
,\ RLINQTON
HOTEL*
Conveniently Situated near lhe
Railway Station nml Whnif.
LAKE AVE   fl ./   Ri' IV. IV 0
M-ets  every   Suim-lv   in   the   Union
Hall in Silv, i ton. ut 7:1.0 e H.       '
J. M. M. B NEDi M,
1'iesid 'nt
J, I   MclST' SII.
Klnaiii.'l il Sei|, liny
liOOD  SERVICE COMFORTABLE
4' ROOMS,
li'iim;   Room   under  Die charge ol
di s Mu Carlisle.
Tablei supplied with *11 Ihe delirmclea
if the season.
HENDERSON k C.EIHING, - Paoi-a.,
SLOOAN CITY B.C.
CERTIIICATK OF IMPROVEMENTS
i NOTICE :— "Tioku" "Dbadwood"
"Blaup'' HowMtn Fraction" nnd "li-
obr Fraction" Mineytl Claiinn, aitnnie
In the 8|«:Hn City Mining Division of
West Rooensy Distrut .
Where located:-On divide beiw.en
IJiirtb Fork jLemon C eek and S( rinser
,  Greek about 7 inline from 8 ohh City
Jake Notice tbat I, F. C. Green, 6:
51 •■ ■ ;
FIRST        Of Slooan City
ANNUAL      MINERS'
"W"ill "be HelA irL
 IN SLOCAN CITY	
ON FRIDAY EVENING,   FEBRUARY 16th,  1900.
ATlo_U:ets»-Iiioliitliiiu
Supper-$2.30
ALL COLDIALY INVITED TO Al' liND.
COMPULSORY   Alt lil I RATION.
In  iv  mill-  fmin   il.e able pen of
II   I:m   I)   I l.'l'l. in    llle       Ontl"  k"    ol
I'i.e C'li.pul-oij   Aibni.it- n   Colin  id
New /,■•! I," All    l.loj.ll ,kes Miction
I i-.ii   b..l li.e la" lu qu iu| Mi  niiieiii
i Lit h tbeot); .irz i'i >n oi b on i u.pou r-
auiieni|iio*t-M»e|ini itflylul ..is.iKia'i • s
uml IllliiUIS us ibe fomel.iii n uf Iln
wbolesl || no- ll is le In-led "' i.
b Hi r Im inch side ii d l-.r Ilie |H|I||.
In .1 I C I Ml les lo an iiiilil.-'ll.d difplll'
slniiil I I e i-.'Hiiii|i|i->s nnd i ol mn' s
I le- Ail i-u'.iol U- invoked in nr H|iaiuH
nny  wniki   um   n wb i ure  n..t   niKHII'I il
iiiioa iradi-niili-ti, '>"i impl.iti ra ma.
I lie an d-ietli ; i. Iiemi-, ii,.. A.-i roillu
In- def. iib d '•> tl e n-ln-al 'I • inpl" yelr
lo n nn lie iii.lv s inlii uss tin Inns
Tin-    Inw    hi-    no>    been   in active Use
►ii ce May 18 6 In tliat Mm* there ball «•': aboili liHy eil-i-s In fore ll.
lb'   Animation   Court     i>n-    shown
mod  in.mn   .in-1   K"si I -tmse i • Being Its
deiicnie'iHwars. Thi- i-oiiii, f'>r Ins'ance
in.i.-ts. wb.nevei p'--ili«. that trade
um iii.-ts bu yiven employiuent betnn
uoii-uuioi.ists are put in «otk. T .is fui
tin- lestuil ul public |_H.li.-y tbsl ull in-
ereata mt prouint.-d by 'i.e nnouiiMllun
of IhIhT, and Is-rutlse ibetiade uniiiis
nv Iheir efTuls uml' sueriduos liuprote
rates of wanes and coiili ions,   nml   are
(airly entitled to the Hrat consideration.
Tbe Conn bus also directed Ihat when
Work tjrows slack it sluill not be ,-iven to
a few, but shall be divided atnonx nil
il.e men, thus keepimt sll employed.
T li>- Coin I, in iis iiwsrd-, fixes an average
Of "niininiuiu" wnge in anv irails or
calluiK. ll has also, vthere members of
uiiioiis have ta) n discharged, i bviously
in ii'iuiiidiiia or destroy the union, or-
deied tii.it ihev should be reiualalud and
SINGLE
FARE
RETURN
 TO	
3-ra__ndL
'arnival,
ROSSLAND
15lh. FEBY.      TO      FLBY 17th.
A G E N T 8  AND PURSERS
UKVELSTOKE & SOUTH,
FERNIE k WFST.
SELL TICKETS, Feby 12th, 13;h,
14th, 15th and K.th.
Limiting going portion -o
date if sale, and return
portion trood to leave Rossland    up   to   Feby   I8th.
niME ANTi it ,VK  \ <jmn T- ni   itansgW "iv.u to their HOlOB.
•    ■  • <
Fo_r Sale or Rent,
Hotel Iii Silverton.
GOOD LOCATION.
FULLY  FURNISHED.
CLEAR TITLE.
A lip I / to—Malhaauii itiu'i
hlltcrlou, H. O.

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